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Sofi Dippel/The Hoya | Several hundred Georgetown students and faculty protested an event held by Campus Ministry Feb. 27 that featured three members of the Israel Defense Force.

Israeli Soldiers Panel Sparks Student, Faculty Protests

By Catherine Alaimo, Lauren Doherty, and Jack Willis February 29, 2024

CW: This article discusses violence and death in Israel and Gaza, as well as antisemitism. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. Students and faculty groups gathered...

REP. JOSH GOTTHEIMER/FACEBOOK | Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) spoke about the United States and Israels relationship in the realms of national security and the economy at an event Nov. 20.

Bipartisanship Will Help Longterm US-Israel Relationship, Speaker Says

By Gabriella Raphael November 22, 2019

Republicans and Democrats should work together to ensure the United States and Israel maintain a mutually beneficial relationship to benefit the future success of both countries, Rep. Josh Gottheimer...

VIEWPOINT: Include Diverse Narratives in Israel-Palestine Debate

By Maya Rabinowitz and Alec Camhi April 12, 2019

The goal of any activism around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must be to achieve peace through mutual understanding. The Georgetown Israel Alliance works toward this end by hosting events that display...

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Start-Up Nation Tech Fair Showcases Israeli Technology Industry

By Kareeda Kabir October 23, 2018

Israel’s technology industry struggles to cultivate diversity, said Ifat Baron, founder and executive of ItWorks, an Israeli non-profit that promotes diversity in the technology industry, at the...

Congressman Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) spoke about the Israel-U.S. relationship at an event hosted by the Georgetown Israel Alliance on Tuesday. Deutch said that U.S. policy towards Israel has historically been a bipartisan issue and that progressive values do not conflict with a pro-Israel stance.

Pro-Israel and Progressive Values Are Compatible, Says Rep. Ted Deutch

By Noah Berman September 27, 2018

Being progressive and being pro-Israel are not mutually exclusive, but compatible, Congressman Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) said at an event Tuesday. Deutch, the ranking member of the House Foreign Affairs...

Student Panel Promotes Self-Determination in Middle East

By Jeff Cirillo April 7, 2017

The future of Zionism should be focused on the self-determination of Jews and Palestinians in the Middle East, according to panelists at the event “Unpacking Zionism” co-sponsored by pro-Israel group...

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Pro-Palestine ICC Wall Vandalized

By Lisa Burgoa March 22, 2016

Tensions flared among student groups invested in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict after the vandalism of a makeshift wall created by Georgetown’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine in the...

Israeli Apartheid Week Draws Polarized Response

By Jack Bennett March 6, 2015

A microcosm of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict reached the Georgetown campus this week as the Georgetown branch of Students for Justice in Palestine hosted events for Israeli Apartheid Week. The week,...

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Netanyahu Talk Divides Groups

By Kristen Fedor March 3, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Washington, D.C., to speak to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday sparked a national debate about the politicization of Israel’s relationship...

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GIA Petition Divides GUSA Executive Candidates

By Ashwin Puri February 13, 2015

The Georgetown Israel Alliance presented endorsement criteria to the Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates over the past few weeks, including language that advocated for Israel’s...

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A GIA Response to Former UN Special Rapporteur Richard Falk

By Daniel Silbert December 18, 2014

On Tuesday, December 2, a handful of Georgetown students in Copley Formal Lounge were treated to an evening of half-truths and inflammatory rhetoric by Richard Falk. Falk, brought to campus by Students...

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Students protested the Georgetown Sabra Hummus House pop-up shop in October for its owners association with the Israeli army.

UCLA Divestment Draws Mixed Responses at Georgetown

By Suzanne Monyak November 25, 2014

The University of California, Los Angeles’ undergraduate student government voted Tuesday night to pass a resolution calling the university to divest from American companies profiting from human...

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